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New NKorea missile bases target US military in Japan

North Korea has been building new underground missile bases along its east coast, targeting Japan and US military facilities in Japan, a report said. Some 200 Rodong missiles with a range of up to 2,200 kilometers (1,360 miles) and 50 SSN-6 missiles with ranges of 2,500 to 4,000 kilometers are at the new bases, the state-run Institute of Foreign Affairs and National Security (IFANS) said in the report carried by Yonhap news agency. “The new bases clustered along the east coastal line are for medium- and long-range missiles targeting Japan and US military bases in Japan,” read the report by Yun Deok-Min, an IFANS arms control expert. Full Story

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